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One of my favourite top fives, this.

 

Diego Simeone

 

Velez Sarsfield

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Atlético Madrid

(2003-04 Centenary Home Shirt - I’ve always liked this)

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Lazio 

(1999-00 Centenary Home Shirt - Loved the look of this when it first came out and still do)

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Racing Club

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On 07/05/2019 at 17:40, Tony Moanero said:

Alan Ball

 

Blackpool

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Everton

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Arsenal

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Southampton

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Philadelphia Fury

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Nice adidas black and yellow boots on the table in the dressing room photo.

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Saved up pocket money to buy these two shirts in the early 90s.

 

They were the like some sort of mystical football given the current ban  

 

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First live football match I attended- 1987, 9th birthday treat- AFC Bournemouth 3-Doncaster Rovers 2.

(Harry Redknapp in charge)

 

I was wearing the Liverpool Crown paints shirt of that season under my coat much to my Dads dismay

 

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Always thought Sampdoria kit made them look like world beaters.

 

Think at the time, Serie A being the best  and Channel 4 showing Italian Football on a Sunday, they all seemed like glamour clubs, big money signings and great kits  

 

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On 21/04/2019 at 12:08, Tony Moanero said:

Oxford United

 

1985-87 Home (1986 Milk Cup winners)

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1975-77 Home

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1985-88 Away

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1980-82 Home

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1984-85 Home

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Nothing beats showing off your wang. 

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On 28/03/2019 at 12:47, Tony Moanero said:

Coventry City

 

1986-87 Home

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Mid/late 70s Away

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1987-89 Home

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Mid 70s/early 80s Home

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1996-97 Away

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A new entry, straight in at Number One, just like "Ghost Town" - the "40 Years of Two-Tone" shirt.

 

https://www.thekitman.co.uk/hummel-2019-20-coventry-city-2-tone-third-kit/

 

 

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On 12/10/2019 at 10:25, AngryofTuebrook said:

A new entry, straight in at Number One, just like "Ghost Town" - the "40 Years of Two-Tone" shirt.

 

https://www.thekitman.co.uk/hummel-2019-20-coventry-city-2-tone-third-kit/

 

 

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Like the two tone midriff pattern but hate those Hummel shoulder chevrons.

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2 hours ago, VladimirIlyich said:

Like the two tone midriff pattern but hate those Hummel shoulder chevrons.

I quite like Hummel and don’t mind the chevrons on other kits, but this one would look much better without them.

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On 12/10/2019 at 10:25, AngryofTuebrook said:

A new entry, straight in at Number One, just like "Ghost Town" - the "40 Years of Two-Tone" shirt.

 

https://www.thekitman.co.uk/hummel-2019-20-coventry-city-2-tone-third-kit/

 

 

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Ghost Town is very appropriate for Coventry City these days,I'd imagine. What's their stadium now called? Is it still the Ricoh Arena?

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